“VirtualPBX Recognized for it’s New VoIP Peering Technology”
“We appreciate this Product of the Year recognition from INTERNET TELEPHONY, which showcases our commitment to providing innovation and value to our customers”, said Paul Hammond, CEO of Virtual PBX. “With our Open VoIP peering technology, we give businesses cost-effective options for selecting best-in-class solutions for both traditional hosted PBX and VoIP services, helping them stay competitive in today’s challenging marketplace.”
“Virtual PBX’s open VoIP peering is a blended service that allows businesses off all sizes to take advantage of the cost-effectiveness of traditional hosted PBX services and the overall savings of VoIP technology. This marriage of technologies allows users to mix and match a VoIP network, softphone and handset to best meet their needs for features, cost and reliability, which is something no other company offers.”
“INTERNET TELEPHONY is pleased to grant a 2008 Product of the Year Award to Virtual PBX for their Open VoIP Peering innovation. Virtual PBX has proven they are committed to quality and excellence while addressing real needs in the marketplace”, said Rich Tehrani, TMC President and Editor-in-Chief of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine. We’re proud to honor their accomplishments in the advancement of IP communications and look forward to more innovative solutions from them in the future.”
We have to agree that they are definitely ahead of the pack in providing a “blended” option of using either your standard land line or cell phone directed extensions along with digital VoIP enabled extensions in an open framework. They also do this at no additional cost to the customer, where other providers charge an additional fee for digital extensions. The ability for customers to route calls in a manner that is both cost effective and quality conscious gives them the the ultimate in flexibility to run their business communications as they see fit. Then add the “open standards” that VirtualPBX has embraced in this technology and now the customer has total flexibility in selecting provider, handset and softphone combinations that best suite their needs and requirements, rather than being locked into a pre-defined list of “supported options”.
We are in total agreement that VirtualPBX is more than deserving of this latest award for obviously developing and releasing features with the end customer’s needs and desires in mind. Kudo’s guys!
The Virtual Phone System Reviews Team!
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